Over the last half of the past century, Costa Rica has gone from being a poor underdeveloped country to becoming a pillar of stability for the region. Now, the country is world-famous for its incredible landscapes, biodiversity, and Guanacaste Viajes.
Today, Costa Rica is one of the most developed countries in Central America. In the 1970’s the country suffered from the worst deforestation rate in the region, now it has virtually eradicated deforestation in its territories.
Around 25% of the country’s land area is inside national parks and protected areas. The country boasts the largest proportion of protected lands in both the developing and developed worlds.
With such a large proportion of protected lands, your Guanacaste Viajes will be a real adventure from the beginning to the end. This province’s incredibly varied landscapes provide for the perfect playground for practicing the most exciting sports.
The Guanacaste Province is the largest, less populous province in the country. It is also home to Tamarindo, Costa Rica, the country’s most visited destination, and several of Costa Rica’s most renowned national parks.
The province boasts and incredibly varied landscape, ranging from volcanic mountain ranges and rainforests to savannahs and endless coastlines. Because of this features, you can practice almost every sport you can think of during your Guanacaste Viajes.
You can ride on horseback while you spot the amazing volcanic indicators along the Rincón de la Vieja National Parks hiking trails. Or you fly above the rainforest as you zip line from tree top to tree top watching the local wildlife.
Now that you are on your Guanacaste viajes you cannot miss the chance to try Costa Ricas’s warm waters. Tamarindo, Costa Rica’s world renowned waves offer the perfect opportunity for surfing.
If you want to truly enjoy your Guanacaste viajes and tours and have a luxurious stay, then the JW Marriott Guanacaste Resort & Spa is for you. It only takes a 1 and a half-hour drive to get from JW Marriott Guanacaste to Liberia Airport.
This incredibly luxurious hotel is located in Hacienda Pinilla, only a 30 minute drive away from Tamarindo, Costa Rica. This amazing hotel offers luxurious bedding, 24-hour room service, spa treatments, incredible restaurants and awe-inspiring views of Guanacaste.
This famous national park is located only a one and a half-hour drive north of the Liberia, Costa Rica airport. This means that the national park is very accessible for tourists since the Liberia airport is one of the only two Costa Rica international airports.
This incredible national park is home to two volcanoes, 32 rivers and streams and an incredible variety of flora and fauna. The two volcanoes include the mighty Rincón de la Vieja Volcano, from whom the national park gets its name.
A number of activities can be enjoyed inside the park, such as hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding and swimming. You can also have a relaxing dip in the park’s hot springs, or watch its abundant flora and fauna.
Because of the parks location along the Cordillera de Guanacaste, animal species from both the Pacific and Caribbean side of the country converge here. This makes the Rincón de la Vieja National Park one of the best places for watching the local wildlife.
One of the most exciting experiences offered by the park is the opportunity to experience “both sides”. If you venture onto the Rincón de la Vieja Volcano’s summit on a clear day, you will be able to see both the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea from a single spot.
Where is Tamarindo, Costa Rica located?
Located along Guanacaste’s “Gold Coast”, this Pacific Beach is Costa Rica’s most visited destination. Around 22% of the tourists that visit Costa Rica go through this town. It is located only a one hour drive away from the Liberia, Costa Rica airport.
This amazing open-ocean beach is sought after by surfers from around the globe for its world-class waves. Surfing Tamarindo, Costa Rica’s waters is an opportunity you will not want to miss during your Guanacaste Viajes.
Tamarindo, Costa Rica also is one of the country’s main centers of investment. This means that this is one of Costa Rica’s most developed towns, with international hotels, restaurants, clubs and discoteques dotted around town.
This means that Tamarindo, Costa Rica is a great town for spending the night out with friends drinking or dancing. The town even has its very own airstrip with local flights coming in and out every day.